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D minor and F major are the exact same

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Jguitar914  
5 May 2009 16:06 | Quote
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how come the F Major scale and the D Natural (Pure) Minor scales are the same??? If they aren't what's the difference?

We're talkin dropped c tuning by the way....
BodomBeachTerror  
5 May 2009 16:09 | Quote
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each major key has the same notes as a minor key. like Gmaj = E minor.. someone else will explain in more detail
JustJeff  
5 May 2009 16:09 | Quote
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Doesn't matter what tuning.

The relative minor of F major is D. Therefore, they have the same notes.

Bodom beat me to it :(
Afro_Raven  
5 May 2009 16:48 | Quote
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Do a Google search for 'relative minor' or 'relative major' - all will be revealed :)

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Jguitar914  
5 May 2009 17:28 | Quote
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ya i looked at a lesson and figured that out
RA  
5 May 2009 18:33 | Quote
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Major
Ionian 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Lydian 1,2,3,#4,5,6,7
Mixolydian 1,2,3,4,5,6,b7

Minor
Aeolian 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,b7
Dorian 1,2,b3,4,5,6,b7
Phryian 1,b2,b3,4,5,b6,b7

In the key of F all these will have the same notes: F,G,A,bB,C,D,E the difference between them are the intervals. from the questions your asking you wouldn't understand this even if i was right next too you explaining it. But to help you hear it go find a piano(easy instrument to "see" what going on) if you play all the white keys you are in the key of C. play C to the next C hitting just the white keys in order and you just played C major. then Start at A and play to the next A and you just played A minor. then you'll hear how there different yet they used the same notes


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